Charities are calling for votes after making it to the final three in the latest fundraising bid by Sainsbury’s.
The Firefighters Charity, Acorns Children’s Hospice and Dog’s Trust Kenilworth are all down to the finals in the Leamington store’s Charity of the Year and calling for your votes to make it to number one.
The Firefighters Charity helps workers and their families following injury and illness, in hope of getting firefighters back to work and through tough times.
Group Commander, Ian Tonner said: “The Firefighters Charity helped me and my family following my wife being diagnosed with cancer, we visited their recuperation centre to get away from it all for a week; they funded the trip which just let us get our heads around the diagnosis and also enable my wife to relax after some tough treatment.”
Dogs Trust in Honiley works to rehome and care for animals found abandoned or in need or care across the district.
Acorns Children’s Hospice, based in Birmingham, provided care, support, fun and laughter for children with life limiting or life threatening conditions and their families right across Warwick district.
Voting is now open online here before the winning cause and supermarket work together for fundraising in the next 12 months.